"...a stray, swirling wind gust tipped over my alcohol stove, which I thought was secure on a clear, level area and sitting against a rock. ..."
More details please. I doubt if there is an alcohol stove user out here who thinks this could ever happen to them. I am certainly one of them.
This is a great opportunity to prevent similar events.
I'm not interested in brands, or finger pointing, or anything else, except the details of the setup - stove type, diameter, height, etc. Pot dimensions. Full or empty. Windscreen? The physical profile that gave the gust an opportunity. Was the fuel bottle open, or closed. Engulfed or vapor trail ignited?
The Colorado fire that Paul mentions was a result of someone bumping the stove and spilling the fuel. (He fled, then drove past dozens canyon of homes and businesses, through town, and an hour later called the sheriff.) So Direct user error on his part.
Your situation sounds very different, and I'd like to know how to avoid it.